Anjali Kataria is a serial entrepreneur with 20+ years of product strategy, development and implementation experience of emerging technologies in both the public and private sectors. She joined Mytonomy in 2016 to lead the expansion of their microlearning education and engagement platform into healthcare to support a new model of virtual digital healthcare. Prior to Mytonomy, she was VP of Product Strategy at Oracle and Chief Marketing Officer of Conformia, a venture backed Product Lifecycle Management Company that was acquired by Oracle. She also served in the Obama Administration, as Senior Technology Advisor and Entrepreneur in Residence, where she led Cloud First and Customer Service Initiatives at FDA, and at the Executive Office of the President.
Anjali is the recipient of numerous awards including the FDA Commissioner’s award for Innovation, Top 100 Visionary in Life Sciences, top 8 Influential Women in Health IT by Fierce in 2016, FWEE’s Silicon Valley Trailblazer, and TiE-DC Charter Member. She’s an advisor and investor in several startup companies; has been awarded multiple patents and held a CRADA with FDA in 2007-2009. Anjali received her Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and her A.B. from Duke University.